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  1. Hi I'm Jax, hearing, and a college student. I asked myself this question, and ended up making a list. 1. Watch Movies in ASL. 2. Watch Vlogs in ASL on youtube. 3. Start a video diary where you only use ASL. 4. Practice ASL conversation in online chatrooms. 5. Join a social ASL learning group online. For example, you could join a discord server or a fb group. 6. If you have a friend who knows ASL talk with them often. 7. Join an online ASL immersion event. 8. Hire a virtual tutor to practice ASL conversation. 9. Find a friend to plan and schedule a day together, where you will use 'no voice' and only ASL. 10. Attend a free virtual meeting/seminar that relates to ASL or Deaf Culture. If you have additional suggestions please feel free to leave them in the comments below. I look forward to your response.
  2. Hi, I just wanted to share a list I created of free ASL courses available online. Please note, these are in no particular order. STARTASL LINK: https://www.startasl.com/learn-sign-language-asl -offers levels ASL 1 thru ASL 3 courses -Each course includes a workbook you can download, and there an online dictionary video archive. GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY LINK: https://www.gallaudet.edu/asl-connect/asl-for-free/ -Offers basic ASL through modules, and has free videos you can watch to expand your vocabulary. SIGNLANGUAGE101 (Taught by Dr Byron Bridges) LINK: https://www.signlanguage101.com/free-lessons/asl-level-1 -offers lots of videos to learn ASL 1 SIGNSCHOOL LINK: https://www.signschool.com -Offers levels beginner, intermediate, to expert. (You can change your level of learning at anytime.) -Each level has lessons through modules and videos, they teach dialogue, vocabulary, grammar, and finger spelling practice. And there is an online dictionary video archive. ASLUNIVERSITY / LIFEPRINT (Taught by Dr Bill Vicars) LINK: http://asluniversity.com LINK: https://www.lifeprint.com/asl101/lessons/lessons.htm -Offers levels ASL 1 thru ASL 4 (total of 60 lessons) -There is some downloadable information like sentence practice, and an online dictionary video archive
  3. I’m learning ASL because I want to become an ASL interpreter, it is my dream job. I want to also connect more with this beautiful community.
  4. Hi My name is Jax, hearing, and a year 1 college student. I’m based in CA, USA. I finished ASL 1 class back in Dec 2021, and recently started ASL 2. I’m looking for an ASL study or conversation practice buddy. I find that I need to work on memory recall when I’m in a conversation. We can video chat, or exchange conversations through videos similar to Snapchat format. I’m available on Snapchat, Instagram, fb messenger, Flipgrid, zoom, and skype.
  5. Hi My name is Jax, hearing, and a year 1 college student. I’m based in CA, USA. I finished ASL 1 class back in Dec 2021, and recently started ASL 2. I’m looking for an ASL study or conversation practice buddy. I find that I need to work on memory recall when I’m in a conversation. We can video chat, or exchange conversations through videos similar to Snapchat format. I’m available on Snapchat, Instagram, fb messenger, Flipgrid, zoom, and skype.
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